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Subject: Re: Battery cutoff circuit
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Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 19:43:21 -0700
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Detect the 10.5 cuttoff point. Latch the off. Won't come on until "V1" is
detected. Is it automotive? V1 could be >13.5V, detecting charging circuit!
"Redd" wrote in message
> I built a circuit to disconnect a load from 12 volt battery
> at the point where the battery voltage drops to 10.5 volts.
> The problems is that the load draws over 1 amp of current
> and once disconnected, the battery voltage immediately
> rises back over the threshold of 10.5 volts attempting
> to reconnect the load. Anybody have any suggestions as how
> to prevent this once the disconnect occurs.
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